This period Victorian terraced cottage dates back to the 1800's and retains a lot of the original features. Located along a private drive with restricted access, the cottage overlooks the canal and is a haven for local wildlife. The cottage comprises of two double bedrooms with views over the canal which runs along the front of the property, and has a footpath leading all the way to Rooksbridge, a kitchen/breakfast room, dining room, lounge and bathroom. Outside there is a lovely low maintenance cottage garden and a separate garage and parking. Conveniently located in a central village location close to all the amenities the village has to offer as well as being within easy commutable distance for the M5, Burnham-on-Sea and the beach as well as towns ant cities such as Weston-super-Mare, Cheddar and Wells.
Council Tax Band: A (Sedgemoor Disctrict Council)
Dining Room w: 3.5m x l: 3.58m (w: 11' 6" x l: 11' 9")
From the front door you enter into the dining room, which still retains some period features. There is a double glazed window to the front aspect.
Kitchen / Breakfast Room w: 7.22m x l: 2.67m (w: 23' 8" x l: 8' 9")
Spanning the width of the cottage, this lovely bright room has a selection of wall and base units with worktop over, inset stainless steel sink and drainer with mixer tap over, inset four ring gas hob, inset double electric oven, space for washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher and fridge-freezer. Space for small table and chairs. Two double glazed windows to rear aspect with wooden half double glazed stable to leading out to the rear courtyard garden.
Lounge w: 3.66m x l: 3.4m (w: 12' x l: 11' 2")
Double glazed window to front aspect. Fireplace with inset log burner and solid wooden hearth surround. Retains some period features.
Double glazed window looking out to the rear aspect. Airing cupboard and access to eaves storage.
Bedroom One w: 3.63m x l: 3.25m (w: 11' 11" x l: 10' 8")
Double glazed window to front aspect overlooking canal.
Bedroom Two w: 3.33m x l: 3.26m (w: 10' 11" x l: 10' 8")
Double glazed window to front aspect and overlooking the canal.
Bathroom w: 3.48m x l: 1.54m (w: 11' 5" x l: 5' 1")
Three piece white suite. Low level W.C., pedestal wash hand basin and bath with electric shower over. Double glazed window to rear aspect.
There is a small courtyard cottage garden at the rear of the property. Paved and partially laid with loose slate chippings. There is a small seating area and a storage shed. The garden has a wall on one side, whilst the other two are fencing. There is a gate for rear access to the property.
Garage and Parking w: 3.26m x l: 7.96m (w: 10' 8" x l: 26' 1")
Located at the end of the private lane is the larger than average garage with isolated electric power supply, an up and over door and parking area in front for one vehicle.
Services & Location
Air sourced heat pump provides the hot water and heating. Mains electricity, water and drainage, bottled gas for the hob. At the time of preparing these details, the council tax band through Sedgemoor District Council is: A. The postcode for the property is: TA9 4LX.
About the Area
Mark is a very popular village, about three miles due west of Wedmore. There are two pubs, a village store and post office, a garage (with fuel pumps), a Church and a village hall. There is also a handy farmers merchant/hardware store. It is a very active community which also has a park, football field, bowls club and a cricket ground. The property is situated in the acclaimed Cheddar Valley catchment area including the state schools: Mark First School, Hugh Sexey Middle School in Blackford and the Kings of Wessex School in Cheddar. There are also excellent independent schools nearby including Millfield, Wells Cathedral and Sidcot. Access to the motorway M5, Junction 22 is only 10 minutes away.